Consent Project Blog

On the 6th June a collection of Lower Sixth Formers from Dixie Grammar School joined by Stafford Grammar met for the first time to discuss topics raised by the “Everyone’s Invited” campaign. Throughout the day the students respectfully discussed topics such as sexism, stereotyping and consent with the aim of helping to create a positiveContinue reading “Consent Project Blog”

Early Years at the Dixie

As a first time parent, one of the most important decisions you make is deciding where your children will start their school career.  We all have our own experience of education and school that undoubtedly influences our decisions but deciding for your 3 year old can be both exciting and daunting. I have worked inContinue reading “Early Years at the Dixie”

GCSE and A Level Exams – DfE consultation

The Government and DfE will be receiving many responses to their consultation – if you haven’t done so, do consider giving your own personal feedback. The survey takes about half an hour to complete; the essence of my responses is outlined below. It should be said at the outset that there is no neat solutionContinue reading “GCSE and A Level Exams – DfE consultation”

Remote Teaching and Learning Jan 2021

Live teaching is an increasingly prominent feature of remote education for both Junior and Senior School pupils and whilst an incredible opportunity, it brings its own challenges. We are immensely proud of the adaptability and enthusiasm of teachers in learning new skills, and incorporating this learning into their remote lessons to the benefit of studentsContinue reading “Remote Teaching and Learning Jan 2021”

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